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TOPIC: DLA to PIP letter

DLA to PIP letter 2 weeks 6 days ago #201936

I will be posting the form off soon hopefully. The form and typed pages just say fit in the envelope provided but that should be ok. My form has to be in by next friday so I want to post it First class on Monday. How do people normally do this. I though of typing the address out on a piece of paper and fitting this over the window of the envelope and then sending it 1st class tracked post. Will that be OK do you think?

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DLA to PIP letter 2 weeks 6 days ago #201956

Teri wrote: I will be posting the form off soon hopefully. The form and typed pages just say fit in the envelope provided but that should be ok. My form has to be in by next friday so I want to post it First class on Monday. How do people normally do this. I though of typing the address out on a piece of paper and fitting this over the window of the envelope and then sending it 1st class tracked post. Will that be OK do you think?


As long as the Post Office are happy then it's OK. :)

Gordon
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DLA to PIP letter 2 weeks 6 days ago #201993

I just had a thought. I'm attaching a letter of support from a family member. Does it also need my Name and NIN please?

Teri

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DLA to PIP letter 2 weeks 6 days ago #202006

Teri wrote: I just had a thought. I'm attaching a letter of support from a family member. Does it also need my Name and NIN please?

Teri


Yes, to make sure that it is attached to your claim.

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